What's with this patch?
I do not see it in unapplied patches list, neither it was commited...
What we have now in CVS is not a good thing.
On 4/10/07, Nikolay Samokhvalov <samokhvalov(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> Here is new version that adds following changes:
> 4. Function is now strict, per discussion.
> 5. Return empty array in case when XPath expression detects nothing
> (previously, NULL was returned in such case), per discussion.
> 6. (bugfix) Work with fragments with prologue: select xpath('/a',
> '<?xml version="1.0"?><a /><b />'); // now XML datum is always wrapped
> with dummy <x>...</x>, XML prologue simply goes away (if any).
> 7. Some cleanup.
> On 4/4/07, Nikolay Samokhvalov <nikolay(at)samokhvalov(dot)com> wrote:
> > The patch attached contains following changes:
> > 1. The function name xmlpath() is changed to xpath();
> > 2. Approach of passing of namepspace mappings to the function is changed:
> > now that array (the 3rd argument) should be a 2-dimentional array with the
> > length of the second axis = 2 (e.g., ARRAY[ARRAY['a1', 'http://a1'],
> > ARRAY['a2', 'http://a2'], ARRAY['a2', 'http://a2']]);
> > 3. Description of xpath() function in docs (I'm sorry for possible
> > mistakes in English and docbook formatting, please check it...)
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